Eileen Depiazzi has many loves in her life — her husband, her family, theatre and one can’t forget, the Australind and Districts Senior Citizens Centre.
A woman who allegedly drove at speed past the Wagerup COVID-19 police checkpoint in May and was found by police in the bushes said she simply “took a wrong turn” and got lost.
The premiership players at Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault have continued to paint the town maroon and gold after their impressive win over the Eaton Boomers in the SWFL reserves grand final.
On the same day breast cancer survivor Sue Stevens finished her radiation treatment, her daughter Peggy O’Donnell was hit with the same heartbreaking diagnosis.
It has been all class all season from Bulls captain Doma Fedele, who finished the year as the runner-up Nola Marino medallist and the Bulls’ best and fairest.
There is a changing of the guard at Harvey-Benger Cricket Club with second-grade stalwart Scott Fowler stepping down after six seasons as captain.
An alleged child sex offender has links to a local children’s sporting club, often photographing the Harvey Karate Group and last year even going on an overseas tour with the kids.
Next month will mark 100 years since the State’s worst train disaster.
In our new series Rolling Pins and Memories, we reveal secret recipes and the stories and traditions behind them. Featured this week is Harvey’s Rosie Ventrice with zucchini ripieni.
Fairy floss, fireworks, rides and showbags are all highlights at agricultural shows around the country.
A Harvey couple is celebrating 60 years of marriage, friendship and love.
A Lion has finished the 2020 SWFL season with the coveted Hayward Medal, crediting his time playing football in Halls Creek with AFL players for his success.
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WA could be putting all its eggs in one basket to contain the spread of the coronavirus and may be unprepared in the long term, writes Ben Morton Assistant Minister to the Prime Minister.
Dave Macaulay looks from his balcony to his hometown cliffs that hold such great sadness and will always wonder what would have happened if, on a fateful day in 1996, he had made a different choice.
Perth-based extreme 2WD class driver Chris Giles was among the race’s first-time competitors having previously made the pilgrimage out as a course car driver.
Locked in her car at a socially safe distance, Morrison photographed more than 500 families in their front yard — from dads dancing in the driveway to mums drinking their way through the madness
The 17-year-old, who cannot be named because he is a minor, was charged with indecently assaulting five women on six separate occasions in Kalgoorlie-Boulder’s Coles and Woolworths on August 11.
The new service would be aimed at supporting women’s health and wellbeing will be starting on Wednesday
Tagging numbers have so far lagged behind last year’s effort but WA Fisheries Minister Peter Tinley said next month — the best time to undertake tagging — the program would ramp up again.
A magistrate has slammed a man for his “deplorable traffic history” after he told the police he was his brother when caught driving on a lifetime suspension — his 12th no-authority-to-drive offence.
A major search operation has continued for a young woman swept off rocks near Yallingup on Sunday.
Telethon’s chairman Richard Goyder will join The West Live this morning to celebrate WA's astonishing $46.3 million contribution to medical research. LISTEN LIVE AT 8.45AM.
WA children would get an early-learning boost from the introduction of local community hubs where families can access the entire range of help they need close to home, according to a new paper.
What an amazing weekend to be a West Australian. Our weather was perfect, our shops and entertainment precincts were heaving with people and we came together to raise tens of millions for sick kids.
The votes have been counted, the successful candidates have been sworn in — and now the newly elected members of the City of Perth will turn their attention to footpaths, carparks and cycling lanes.
A murderer who sued the WA Government for compensation after a court ruled the Prisoners Review Board had breached the act when it cancelled his parole has lost his bid for damages.
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